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Jul 26, 2010 9:00pm EDT
been firing heat-seeking surface-to-air-missiles at nato and u.s. heblgt hechts. we hear the civilian death toll is of higher than reported by military troops in the field. there's a shadowy covert operation going on to kill taliban leaders. a shoot to kill by a group call ed task force 37 3. and that the pakistan's isi has been helping the taliban kill u.s. troops and others, larry. >> larry: is all this new to you, nick? >> you know, a lot of this we've heard before. one analyst put it this way to me. he said, this is old bad news at a new bad time. what he means is we've heard a lot of this before, but it comes at a very, very difficult moment. some of these allegations, the allegations of pakistani intelligence services, aiding the taliban, we've heard details about that before. we've heard details, speculation that the civilian death toll is much higher than has been initially reported. but it's the timing that it comes at, when there are so many questions about the war in afghanistan, and it is in the granular detail in all these documents that people are only now just beginning
CNN
Jul 12, 2010 9:00pm EDT
through home and they were evacuate d by -- u.s. government which was amazing for us and we were so happy and this brought joy to the american ca family and argentina family. >> 110 out of 130 some odd kids were removed, left for other places, did you fill up the orphanage again, have you replaced everybody's spot, basically? what's happened since the earthquake? >> >> since the earthquake, we had somebody come and wheel build our walls and help by the missionary and do disaster he repairedness, very important for us, because we expect we can have another earthquake. we were outside a long time and everybody was scared to back back inside. now, after the training, after the therapy we get back inside and everybody is fine right now. we have some progress that made and we are so thankful for all the people helping us to take care of these children. >> let's turn to suzette and bill, they were the focus of our documentary, "rescued." nice to see you guys again, only a couple weeks i was there we brought my daughter, sophia who is 9 years old. really wanted to teach her about the power of g
CNN
Jul 28, 2010 9:00pm EDT
's going to the u.s. supreme court? >> absolutely. it will be tested at the u.s. supreme court and i think the u.s. supreme court will show arizona was correct. >> larry: jorge, you think it's going to the supreme court too? >> it might go to the supreme court but i'd rather -- i would rather have it go to congress. i mean, if they have enough -- if they have 60 votes to extend unemployment benefits, if they have 60 votes for financial reform if they have 60 votes to get a naturally judge in the supreme court, how come they can't get 60 votes for immigration reform? i don't think it's an arizona problem, i don't think it's a california problem. it's an american problem -- >> larry: we'll have a lot more time for this. we've got a lot of guests. thank you, mojorge, thanks jim. two arizona sheriffs face off over the ruling next. waking up with morning pain can drain the energy right out of you. fight it with new... it combines extra strength bayer aspirin to treat pain plus an alertness aid to help you get off to a running start. try bayer am the morning pain reliever. i want to fix up old h
CNN
Jul 1, 2010 9:00pm EDT
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CNN
Jul 29, 2010 12:00am EDT
on this? >> absolutely. it will be tested at the u.s. supreme court and i think the supreme court will show that arizona was correct. >> larry: jorge, do you think it's going to the supreme court, too? >> it might go to the supreme court but i'd rather -- i would rather have it go to congress. i mean, if they have enough -- if they have 60 votes to extend unemployment benefits, if they have 60 votes for financial reform, if they have 60 votes to get a new justice in the supreme court, how come they can't get 60 votes for immigration reform? i don't think it's an arizona problem, i don't think it's a california problem. it's an american problem -- >> larry: we'll have a lot more time for this. we've got a lot of guests. thank you, jorge. thanks, jim. >> thank you, larry. thank you, jorge. >> larry: two arizona sheriffs face off over the ruling, next. [meow] desperate for nighttime heartburn relief? for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptoms caused by acid reflux disease. and for the majority of patients with prescription coverage for nexium, it can cost $30 or less per month
CNN
Jul 29, 2010 9:00pm EDT
of the u.s. economy to have ever taken place in 18 short months, and frankly, larry, against the will of the american people, i say this -- you don't have the consent of the governed. and i think, you hear the crowd, you hear the crowd, obviously a friendly crowd, and not to mention, not meant to convey anything more than there is frustration among the electorate, they feel like their elected representatives are not representing the interest of america and the interest of the american people. talking republicans and democrats. i, there is a healthy dose of criticizesome som criticizism, both parties. i was not very popular in washington in the last to years of the bush administration because of where i thought they went. >> larry: laura ingraham, our guest, the book, "the obama diaries," and when we come back, mark lamont hill, columbia professor, will take her on. next. don't go away. you took my eggs ! it's an "egg management fee." what does that even mean ? egg management fee. even kids know it's wrong to take other people's stuff. that's why at ally bank we offer rates a
CNN
Jul 30, 2010 12:00am EDT
transformations of the u.s. economy to have ever taken place in 18 short months, and frankly, larry, against the will of the american people, i say this -- you don't have the consent of the governed. and i think, you hear the crowd, larry, obviously it's a friendly crowd and not meant to convey anything more than there's frustration among the electorate. they feel like their elected representatives are not representing the interest of the american people and i'm talking about republicans and democrats. i, there is a healthy dose of criticize criticisms, both parties. i was not very popular in washington in the last few years of the bush administration because of where i thought they went. >> larry: laura ingraham, our guest, the book, "the obama diaries," and when we come back, mark lamont hill, columbia university professor will take her on. there aren't many of us who use a cellphone just to make phone calls. but when at&t or verizon offer you an unlimited plan for $69.99, that's all it's good for -- phone calls. with sprint, for the same price, you get unlimited text, unlimited web and un
CNN
Jul 19, 2010 9:00pm EDT
? a scary report about u.s. security says who knows? next on "larry king live." >> larry: we're going to learn a lot tonight. we welcome back one of our favorites, boone pickens, the legendary oil man, founder of bp capital management. those are his initials, by the way, not associated with bp oil. he advocates the oil for reducing u.s. dependence on oil. four new days of testing continues in the gulf mexico. this followed 87 days of oil gushing into the gulf. is it over? >> you remember our first meeting was 38 days. >> larry: 38 days. >> 38. >> larry: it was supposed to end and you said it's going to go another 38. i remember. >> i think it will go a third 38. >> larry: well, it hasn't leak forward four days. why will it continue? >> well, they haven't killed the well. all they've done is shut it in. so they've got to kill the well. and that's going to take some more time. >> larry: will there be seepage? >> i don't think the seepage is coming from this wellbore. you have seeps on the bottom of the gulf. and this -- the one that they are concerned about is almost two miles away. >>
CNN
Jul 7, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. spoke before the joint session of the u.s. congress. i was just elected prime minister. and i said that the greatest threat facing humanity is that iran would acquire nuclear weapons. some eyebrows were raised at the time. i can tell you 14 years later that most of the world's leaders today agree with this. there is a question of the distance between understanding an effective action, and that is the ultimate test of leadership. and history. >> larry: would you ban all nuclear weapons throughout the -- not the world, would you ban nuclear weaponry entirely? >> well, that's beyond my scope. i mean, this is -- this is a worthy cause, but it's -- it's a very complicated issue. and i'm sure you realize that the most important thing is preventing the most dangerous weapons in the world from falling into the hands of the most dangerous regimes. and this is what we really are facing today. we're facing the prospect that people who talk about destruction, who deny the holocaust, who sponsor terrorism everywhere, who shoot their own citizens on the sidewalk. you know, they lie there. rememb
CNN
Jul 24, 2010 9:00pm EDT
the shotter here? why isn't the federal government and u.s. coast guard doing it? that's what's disturbing us. >> larry: what do you make of that whole thing? >> that's a very good question. >> larry: what do you make of it? >> obviously it's a disaster. >> larry: you see those animals. >> it's just heart-wrenching. and think of the implications. the oil work its way into the estuaries, mangroves and wetlands. this is where these animals breed, fish, shrimp, all of these things breed in these shallow areas. and this is going to be a decades-long issue. >> fiona? >> the bluefin tuna spawns in two places, the gulf of mexico and mediterranean. they're getting a double whammy at the moment. it's very scary. the scary thing is we can't do anything about it. we just have to put all of our hope into bp so that they can stop it. it's going still now. that's the scary thing. >> larry: the animal lover you are, what must it do to you? >> i can't stand to look at the pictures. it's all over television now and, of course, newspapers. i can't bear to look at those pictures. it's terrible. peta wants to ha
CNN
Jul 25, 2010 12:00am EDT
friday and never came back. an intelligence source said militants abducted both of them. five other u.s. soldiers were killed in bombings in the southern part of the country. >>> in the midwest, massive rainfall in iowa caused a dam to fail. rushing waters burst through the dam a few hours ago. so far, there are no reports of injuries. the area is mainly rural, and much of the affected area is farmland. rey governor has issued disaster declarations for two counties. >>> in the gulf the ships have turned around and are headed back to the deep horizon drilling site. tropical storm bonnie has lost clout. officials say the static kill which consists of pumping dense mud into the well could start in less than a week. >>> those are your headlines this hour. i'm don lemon keeping you informed. cnn, the most trusted name in news. >>> to take it as safely as possible, attach a line and tow it out. >> i'm getting out, too. >> put the engine down. push it out. straight out. you all right? i'm going to start it, give it a little push. >> at which point i made the decision i am going to start the en
CNN
Jul 6, 2010 9:00pm EDT
the region, happened over the reins to people that can lead themselves and back u.s. troops out very quickly. >> but you're not going to be able be to stabilize the region if, in fact, you don't send more troops there and have them there for general petraeus. >> larry: that's catch-22. >> what you don't want is to to have a limitless number of troops going into afghanistan and say we will send 500 -- 100,000 more troops or 50,000 more troops. many military experts say the number of troopts we have now is sufficient for stabilizing the region. >> larry: i will ask you both, only have about a minute left, we asked governor kaine, we will ask you what do you make of the justice department filing suit against the immigration? >> not surprised they will file suit, what have you. i think they are going to find they are wrong what arizona did was cod fay federal law already in place. all they are going to do is live by the law the federal government has in place. that's what they are doing. the federal government is at fault here for not doing anything. there is an answer, i suggest people go to re
CNN
Jul 22, 2010 9:00pm EDT
. touching. very touching. >>> british prime minister david cameron is visiting the u.s. and yesterday, he and president obama gave each other pieces of art. that really wasn't necessary, britain. you've already given us a huge oil painting. >> did you know larry king could have written that material? he's that funny. speaking of, here's larry king, live, it starts right now. >>> tonight, hugh hefner is here been the mogul who made playboy a household name and gave millions to social causes stood up for african-americans long before the majority. what does hef think about race in 2010 america? >>> and then, president obama calls shirley sherrod expressing regret over the flap that cost her her job. is it the end of a sorry chapter for the white house? the end of naacp and others who rushed to judgment? what does it mean for race relations? that's next on "larry king li " live". >>> good evening. let's get it to. we welcome al sharpton and dana lash, organizer with the national tea party coalition, talk radio host of "the dana show." and magician and comedian, the star of "penn and teller
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